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237 East Palace Avenue Santa Fe

For decades, Peyton Wright Gallery has offered extensive collections of significant modern and historic art. Located in the meticulously preserved 19th century Spiegelberg House, in close proximity to Santa Fe's Museum of Fine Arts and the Palace of the Governors, Peyton Wright Gallery specializes in 19th and 20th century American art, with particular expertise in American Modernism. As the exclusive representative of the estates of notable Modernist artists, including Clinton Adams, Paul Burlin, Raymond Jonson, and William Lumpkins, and as a representative of the estate of the Bauhaus artist Herbert Bayer, Peyton Wright Gallery is dedicated to presenting the work of artists who have made important contributions to the development of Modernism regionally, nationally, and internationally. The gallery is also internationally known for its extensive collection of Spanish Colonial Viceregal devotional art, featuring 17th to 19th century paintings, sculpture, and objects from the former Spanish colonies, as well as the largest private collection of Colonial Period silver in the country. Other holdings include a rare collection of 18th and 19th century bultos, cristos, and retablos from significant New Mexican santeros, as well as 18th and 19th century Russian icons, and Pre-Columbian and Native American ceramics and textiles.